Competition: Sika Key Project Management
Sika Key Project Management Competition promotes outstanding performance
Competition highlights: innovative Sika solutions, contribution to landmark construction, and competence in dealing with the technical demands of complicated construction projects
The winners of the 2011 Key Project Management (KPM) Competition in the three categories Innovation, Large Size, and Technically Demanding were announced by Corporate Business Unit Contractors, Sika Services AG, the worldwide market leader. 76 projects from six Sika regions were submitted. The types of project varied from buildings to civil engineering structures. All of them are outstanding, showing the superior knowhow and competence of local Sika organizations.
Sydney Harbour Bridge
The winning project in the Innovation category was Sydney Harbour Bridge from Sika Australia. This marks the first successful trial with the new bridge deck waterproofing system Sikalastic-827 pellets as tack layer. The project ran to 10,500m2. The Roads and Traffic Authority (RTA) invited all the contractors and Sika to their corporate head office in North Sydney to say thank you for their contribution toward protecting one of Australia’s most loved assets.
For more information check: Waterproofing for Harbour Bridge Sydney
Berlin Brandenburg International Airport
The winning project in the Large Size category was Berlin Brandenburg International Airport from Sika Germany. Sika provided flooring, roofing, concrete, steel protection coating, waterproofing, and joint sealing solutions for the 12 subprojects – a true cross-selling achievement. Total sales to date have been more than EUR 7.5 million.
BBI - Sika Project Management Team
Sika Germany organized an entire team from different application fields to work on the project complex during the whole design and construction period. The Sika project management team will continue to provide full-range supplier services during the later construction phases for Berlin Brandenburg International Airport (BBI).
For more information check: Berlin Brandenburg International Airport, Germany
The winning project in the Technically Demanding category was the concrete refurbishment and strengthening of the complete Gazela Bridge in Serbia. Sika d.o.o. Beograd supplied the full range of repair applications with sound knowhow and excellent service. One person from Sika was appointed as liaison for overall technical support. 30 internal tests and 17 external approvals were needed.
For more information check: Gazela Bridge Serbia